Showcase Your Talent and Get Discovered

Speaking on the launch of his new website, co-founder Joaquin Pochat comments: “SiCreativo is essentially a platform where companies and brands get together with their users.”

He also describes the site as the first Hispanic contest community. “The site will offer users a chance to display their design/creative skills, and submit their work for evaluation by their peers and by the companies sponsoring the contests.” Pochat uses the example of a young graphic designer who is either still in school, or just out.

“The designer could submit creative for a given company and if that company likes it, it could be used and the designer would get his break. In that sense, SiCreativo is a platform where companies and brands get together with their users. It’s branded user-generated content.”

Pochat emphasizes that they are still in the alpha stage of the launch and have not yet unveiled all of the features that will be included on the site.

The site will be running banners in its community page and will have adver-gaming components as well. SiCreativo has offices in Buenos Aires, Mexico, and the U.S.


Trackback from your site.

Editorial Staff @portada_online

Portada Staff

MORE FROM PORTADA

Amazon, Wal-Mart Drawing the Largest Numbers of Online Hispanic Shoppers in US

Amazon, Wal-Mart Drawing the Largest Numbers of Online Hispanic Shoppers in US

We looked at the top 15 online retail sites visited by Hispanic shoppers in the US and how they scored in number of visitors in May 2018.


Dentsu Aegis Network Acquires Agency Global Mind

Dentsu Aegis Network Acquires Agency Global Mind

This is the third Latin American acquisition this year after the Japanese giant acquired M8 and White Label in April. Global Mind will triple the headcount of iProspect and strengthen Dentsu Aegis' pan-regional reach. 


4 Truths and One Lie About Multicultural Marketing According to Mel Rodriguez & Co, Starcom, Walton Isaacson…

4 Truths and One Lie About Multicultural Marketing According to Mel Rodriguez & Co, Starcom, Walton Isaacson…

We talked to Melissa Rodriguez, Dana Bonkowski, Albert Thompson, and Teylez Perez about the future of brands in an increasingly multicultural world. Reports estimate that by 2065 Hispanics will account for one-quarter of U.S. population. Brands should be aware of this opportunity and find appropriate communication strategies.